Lana Del Rey Got Naked, But Like, in a Cool Way, for British GQ
Posted by Newson 09/06/2012 at 4:00 PM
When you’re a pop star who looks the way Lana Del Rey does, eventually someone is going to ask you to pose naked in a men’s magazine. And when that magazine names you Woman of the Year, you might have a good incentive to take them up on it.
This isn’t a slam on Del Rey, who hasn’t had a problem with nudity before, or even the spread, which is certainly “artistic,” as the saying goes, and fits right in with Del Rey’s Old Hollywood style. We’ll just note that all of British GQ’s Men of the Year, Tinie Tempah, John Slattery, James Gorden and Robbie Williams, are all wearing clothes on their covers.
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